Grateful Dead Live at Five Seasons Center on 1984-07-04
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Feel Like A Stranger
Friend of the Devil
C. C. Rider
Hell in a Bucket
Don't Ease Me In
Disc Two/Set Two:
Help on the Way>Slipknot
Far From Me
Disc Three/Set Two cont:
Around and Around
E: U. S. Blues
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|Help On The Way -> Slipknot ->|
|He's Gone ->|
|Feel Like A Stranger|
|Estimated Prophet ->|
|Hell In A Bucket ->|
|Friend Of The Devil ->|
|Far From Me|
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|Around And Around ->|
|Wharf Rat ->|
|Don't Ease Me In|
#tape flip after Estimated and Drums.
- Sony D5pro>Lunatec V3>722@24/96 Editing: 722>Adobe Aud.>16Bit>Cdwav>flac
- Cedar Rapids, IA
- Taped by
- Tony Suraci; Eugene D'alessandro
- Transferred by
- Tony Suraci
- Five Seasons Center
Subject: i was there
Subject: my thoughts........... not everyones.
The first set is arguably the best first set (song for song) I ever saw.
Every version is SOLID.
The Row Jimmy is still my favorite to this day.
We were in the back, on the floor with plenty of dancing room.
I was at every show this tour and this one always comes back to me.
Subject: Great Sounding AUD!!!!!
Subject: very nice Aud - and a terrific day of playing
And so it goes for this gem. Stranger gets off to a fitting start- the jam is paced nicely and tells a full story without any dull moments- Stranger is one of those tunes that should have had so many more great versions than there are- this is not a top 10 or 20- but above average- and so goes the rest of the first set- all above average.
Absolutely loved the slipknot in this show- it is quintessential GD- the kind that if you started hearing the jam in the middle you would say- now that there is the GD- slipknot does not bang you over the head but instead strings along effortlessly- and i got the feeling that there was neither one note too little nor one not too many- perfect- same goes for Estimated which flows into a sweet but not overly sweet He's gone- which then flows into an other oneish jam- and so on- give this baby a listen
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